A recently published clinical trial followed 138 healthy adults aged 20-50 for 16 weeks.
This longer-term study built upon previous shorter-term studies suggesting that multivitamins may benefit mood, energy, and day-to-day well-being.
The study included both laboratory tests and self-reporting of fatigue, stress, and anxiety levels using mobile phones. Although the laboratory tests found few significant differences when compared with placebo, the self-assessments showed a significant reduction in stress, anxiety, and fatigue in people taking a multivitamin.
Stress, anxiety, and fatigue are major concerns for many of us, with the nonstop pressures of work, family, finances, and other demands. Chronic stress over time can contribute to serious health concerns affecting the heart, brain, sleep, digestion, and skin. In fact, research shows that approximately 80% of all non-trauma deaths in the U.S. are caused by stress-related illnesses.
If such a simple thing as taking a multivitamin can help you feel better, why not give it try? Previous studies have suggested trying a daily multivitamin for 6 weeks to obtain a noticeable effect on energy, mood, and well-being.
Oxylent is an excellent choice for your daily multivitamin, delivering a 5-in-1 formula of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, electrolytes, and antioxidants—all in one refreshing drink!
Oxylent also contains a unique ingredient that provides additional support against stress and fatigue that other multivitamins don’t offer—superoxide dismutase (SOD), which is our body’s most powerful antioxidant and protects against the free radical damage caused by stress.
Each single-serving packet of Oxylent mixes with water to create a refreshing sparkling drink in 3 natural fruit flavors. All with no sugar, GMOs, gluten, dairy, soy, or anything artificial.
Oxylent provides daily multivitamin support with the powerful stress support of SOD, making it easy to help protect yourself from stress and fatigue and feel better everyday.
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Pipingas A, et al. Appetite 2013; 69: 123-36.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.